AOGOS Linux i686 is a Slackware current-based live USB/DVD for Christians!
Based on nFlux Slackware 13.1 rc2/current i686 http://linux.softpedia.com/get/System/Operating-Systems/Linux-Distributions/nFlux-Slackware-13-current-i686-56457.shtml
Basically it is nflux slack edition; just with alot of bible apps and depends included.
It comes as a ZIP file as it is mainly for USB (763MB) If you want to make an iso (DVD), there is a script named "make_iso.sh" in /boot folder Just invoke the script and name your iso and it will create a DVD size iso
added "guest" account for aogos edition
Improved the "nflux-installer"; please see all info in /usr/doc including "info" and "manual-install" Added a linux_logo that shows at console login; the source is in /usr/doc and can be remade. Just use ./configure --prefix=/usr && make && make install (read the docs too) removed grub2 for grub legacy created a grub2 module that can be optionally loaded from boot menu left linux-live-6.3.0 folder in /root for remastering
added all upgrades to 13.1 rc2/current recompiled live kernel 184.108.40.206 source using new headers(220.127.116.11), etc
rebuilt all sbopkgs against all new upgrades rebuilt abiword and gnumeric from source into pkgs Many improvements to underlying system and fluxbox menu,etc
The Slax specific boot parameters, persistent CD/USB info and Slax info can all be found at these links.
The AOGOS/nFlux Slackware Current Edition contains the full power of a complete slackware install minus JRE and QT4. Bible Apps include Bibletime 2.6, Sword 1.6.1, BibleDesktop , Alkitab , and many cool Christian helper scripts and themes, etc Notable Apps include Abiword, Gnumeric, Kompozer, Nano, MC, Firefox, Gxine, and many other cool apps, some are made from source, then made into slackpkg's.
This version features all compiling and development tools needed to make packages, along with SBopkg and src2pkg.
Install, etc info:
Install to hard drive:
This slackware version has a terminal-driven install script (nflux-installer), and there is a manual method that I have used many times and is documented here http://multidistro.com/distros/slack-slax-based/HowTo
Also note that the how-to is for experienced users familiar with Lilo. Grub1 is installed also, (and grub2 as module) but you would have to manually setup everything which really isn’t that hard.
Install to USB:
Follow the links above about slax info as this version was made with LinuxLiveScripts and thus runs as Slax does. Slax 6.1.2 modules, etc are not compatible because Slax is 12.2 and this version is slackware/current. However, you can easily convert slack 13 pkg’s into slax modules.
Window Manager: Fluxbox
Display Manager: Gnome Display Manager GDM
User Names & Passwords!
username: guest password: guest
username: root password: toor
Its current as of 05/21 so it has newest upgrades. Configure X? a script named xconf sourced from Slax Linux will try to autoconfigure x for you. If you choose No it will use Vesa driver. If neither normal xconf works and vesa configure doesn't work aftre logging in, use nano, mc, or vi to edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf or copy existing vesa xorg.conf to reg xorg.conf
cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf-vesa /etc/X11/xorg.conf
How to start X?
There are three ways to startx X
1) after logging in type in "startx"
2) after logging in type in "gdm", and GDM will run desktop.
There are no known bugs.
Please if any questions or comments, post them here: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-general-1/announcing-nflux-linux;-a-fluxbox-oriented-trinity-of-distros-804611/